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‘Farts vs Zombies’ Passes Through the Windows Phone Marketplace

February 24, 2012 2 Comments

If you are having issues fighting Zombies with plants, then maybe you should try something else for a bit. Farts vs Zombies has landed on the Windows Phone marketplace. We posted a preview image of this game awhile back and now it is here and as sickening and disgusting as before.

Press Release:

Farts VS Zombies is now available on Windows Phone Marketplace!

Plunge Interactive announces the launch of its new game for Windows Phone. Farts VS Zombies is an addictive game in which the gamer has to protect Japanese school girls from hungry zombies,aiming gas clouds at their faces by drawing the trajectory with their finger. Getready for crazy moments, challenging hordes of zombies, fart combos, the destructionof cars, enemies and fun special attacks!

“Fast-paced action, tension and lots of humour, all this in a ridiculous story. That is what people will find in this amazing game”, says Jesus Bosch, CEO of Plunge Interactive.

Josep Pon, the project’s Lead Developer confirms that “The first time I had access to the game design,  I could not believe what I was reading; I’ve never seen such a combination of humour and action in a mobile game before”.

Some people may classify it as a tower defence game, others as astrategy game and the rest simply as an arcade action game. Farts VS Zombies is the result of a combination of genres and the parody of multiple existing games that no “gamer” can do without.

A mysterious Evil Unicorn seems to be the cause of the zombie virus; find your old friend Banana Max and together you can destroy the zombies to free the city from the Evil Unicorn. Farts VS Zombies includes a Story Mode and a Survival Mode, and you can even challenge your friends on your favourite social networks like Facebook or Twitter.

Get this surprisingly addictive game now on Windows Phone Marketplace for only $1.29! Introductory offer for a limited time. Feel bloated? Play Farts VS Zombies!


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App Info:
Colonel John Farter is an American officer who spent seven years in a North Vietnamese POW camp, then escaped.
He just recently came back, and discover his town full of zombies and his only weapon is his ass.
He mets up with his old friend Banana Max and together, they will launch a mission to free the town from The Evil Unicorn and his army of zombies.

In Farts VS Zombies you have to kill zombies with farts,
you draw with the finger the path of the farts and direct them to their faces.

The game goal is to protect the japanese schoolgirls from the attack of the zombies as much time as possible. In fact, zombies hate farts, it’s the only thing that can kill them, well… not the only one really. But the game is more than that, you can do Fart Combos, use funny Special Attacks and items.

▶ FARTS of different colors
▶ VOMIT tilting you phone to DESTROY all the Zombies
▶ Special meals with SPECIAL ATTACKS: Bomb Fart, Electric Fart, Double Fart. EAT them All!
▶ ITEMS: money, diamonds, bananas,…
▶ BANANA MAX: call you friend to help you for a while
▶ Many different ZOMBIES with special movements
▶ Story Mode and Survival Mode (endless mode)
▶ Final Bosses: THE EVIL UNICORN
▶ Bonus Stages!

Farts VS Zombies puts together many different elements and mixes them into a crude, vulgar, absurd but also a really fun, entertaining game. You will laugh like crazy

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